Page France…and The Family Telephone


Longtime Drunkard favorite Page France will be releasing an album via Suicide Squeeze on May 8th, and (you guessed it) fresh from a string of dates at SXSW, are now making their way up the West coast.

If you are unfamiliar with the Maryland based group, imagine the folkier elements (Neutral Milk) of the Elephant Six Collective and you’re on the right track. Below are two tracks off The Family Telephone, and two from 2005’s excellent Hello, Dear Wind; which was one of my favorite albums of that year.

MP3: Page France :: Hat And A Rabbit
MP3: Page France :: Mr. Violin And Dancing Bear
From 2005’s Hello, Dear Wind:
MP3: Page France :: Junkyard
MP3: Page France ::Bush
Pre-order: Page France – …and The Family Telephone ++ ++

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ALSO: If you haven’t heard it yet…yesterday, The National unveiled the first MP3 off their upcoming album The Boxer (due out May 22nd). Could not be more excited for this release, as Alligator remains my favorite album of the last two years.

MP3: The National :: Fake Empire
—— ++ ++ more national mp3s

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6 thoughts on “Page France…and The Family Telephone

  1. I have been in love with “Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers” for a couple weeks now. I haven’t been able to get into “Aliigator” as much, although I think it is very good.

  2. Jeez louise, that National song is good. I just sat here and listened to it about 4 times through and wow. I slept on Alligator back in ’05 and I’m still kicking myself over it. I will not make the same mistake this year.

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